Call to Order:
Mayor Boylak called the meeting to order at 6:57 PM.
Kostyk – that we adopt the minutes of the previous regular meeting of April 16,
2019 as circulated.
#262/19 Business Licence Applications:
Swinburnson – that we approve the following Business Licence Applications:
#54/19 Got Mold? – Paul Fiarago – Abatement Company – $100
#55/19 Print & Press – Catherine Bueno – Printing – $50
#56/19 Dave Johnson & Kelly Snook – Excavating – $100
#57/19 CF’s Lawn Care – Carson Froehlich – Lawn care – $50
#263/19 Building Permit Applications:
Kucey – that we approve the following Building Permit Applications:
#4/19 Midway Ambulance (Tom Prime) – Construct Ambulance Base – 203 Avenue A W. – $2,170.00
#5/19 Richard Szydlowski – Construct Deck Roof – 806 Avenue B E. – $297.75
#6/19 Bradley Krause – Construct Garage – 405 1st Street W. – $391.10
#8/19 – Yves & Jessica Lalonde-Prefab shed -200-10th Street East – $180.60
#264/19 Lottery Licence Applications:
Jordan – that we approve the following Lottery Licence Application:
#10/19 Wynyard Minor Ball – Raffle – Sigourney Anderson – $5
Mayor Boylak declares conflict of interest due to a financial interest and leaves Council Chambers. Deputy Mayor Karakochuk assumes the Chair 6:58 p.m.
Kostyk – that the following voucher be approved for payment as recommended by the General Government Committee of Councillors Jordan, Kostyk and Prystai and attached hereto:
General Vouchers #4065 (Boylak Ent.) = $ 992.54
Mayor Boylak returns to Council Chambers and resumes the Chair 6:59 p.m.
Prystai – that the following vouchers be approved for payment as recommended by the General Government Committee of Mayor Boylak and Councillors Jordan, Kostyk and Prystai and attached hereto:
General Vouchers #4035,#4059-#4061 (Manual) = $ 26,805.07
#4062-#4064,#4066-#4120 = $741,083.34
Auto Withdraw Visa = $ 593.41
Brandt Tractor = $ 2,275.58
Payroll Cheques #4036 to #4057 = $ 24,751.28
#267/19 Council to Go “In Camera”:
Prystai– that we halt the meeting and go “in camera”.
Town Superintendent Reid and Director of Leisure Services Anderson leave Council Chambers (7:00 p.m.).
Wynyard Town Council goes “In Camera” (7:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.)
Town Superintendent Reid and Director of Leisure Services Anderson return to Council Chambers (7:15 p.m.).
Mayor Boylak calls the meeting back to order (7:15 p.m.).
#268/19 Combine Roll Numbers:
Kucey – that we combine Roll #505123450 with #505723500 as requested by the owner.
#269/19 Old Arena Range Hood Exhaust Fan:
Prystai – that we sell the old arena range hood exhaust fan to Jeff Bergquist for $200.
#270/19 Local Improvement:
Karakochuk – that we instruct the CAO to prepare a report and apply for a Local Improvement for sidewalk repair at Lots 16-20, Block 5, Plan Q7104.
#271/19 Wynyard Co-op Space Request:
Kucey – that we temporarily allow the Wynyard Co-op to access the Town of Wynyard reserve land to construct grain bins.
#272/19 House Demolitions:
Prystai – that we approve the extra fuel charge to be added to the invoices of GY Enterprises for upcoming house demolitions.
#273/19 Elections Canada:
Prystai – that we rent the Interpretive Centre space to Elections Canada for an office and an advanced polling area for the upcoming Federal Election at a rate of $400 per month.
#274/19 Tax Enforcement:
Prystai – that we remove the tax liens on Roll #505112650 as sufficient taxes have been paid; and Roll #505140050 as all taxes have been paid.
#275/19 Cannabis Excise Tax:
Kostyk – that we authorize Mayor Boylak to send a letter to the Minister of Finance supporting the implementation of a cannabis excise tax sharing agreement with municipalities.
#276/19 Plastic Bag Ban:
Prystai – that we refer the issue of banning plastic bags in the Town of Wynyard to the Public Works Committee.
#277/19 Chorneyko’s Report:
Kucey – that we receive Chief Administrative Officer Chorneyko’s Report as
#278/19 Bylaw #19/19:
Kucey – that Bylaw #19/19, a Bylaw to Provide for Incurring a Debt in the Sum of One Million Five Hundred Thousand for the Purpose of Constructing a Multi-purpose Arena, be introduced and read for the first time.
#279/19 Bylaw #19/19:
Swinburnson – that Bylaw #19/19 be read for a second time.
#280/19 Bylaw #19/19:
Prystai – that we proceed with the third reading of Bylaw #19/19.
#281/19 Bylaw #19/19:
Jordan – that Bylaw #19/19 be read for a third time, adopted and attached hereto.
#282/19 Saskatchewan Municipal Board:
Prystai – that, as pursuant to Sections 161 and 163 of The Municipalities Act, we apply to the Saskatchewan Municipal Board for approval of incurring a debt in the amount of $1,500,000.
#283/19 Complaints & Comments Report:
Karakochuk – that we receive the Complaints and Comments Report as presented.
#284/19 R.C.M.P. Report:
Kostyk – that we receive the R.C.M.P. Report as submitted by Sgt Wlasichuk.
#285/19 Public Works Summer Employment:
Karakochuk – that we hire Triston Stadnyk and Lance Paquachan for Public Works Summer employment positions as per the Wage & Salary scale attached hereto.
#286/19 SARCAN Dock Pad:
Karakochuk – that we order a dock pad for the SARCAN Building at a cost of $750.
#287/19 Saskatchewan Water & Wastewater Association Workshop & Golf:
Karakochuk – that we authorize Town Superintendent Reid and Water Works Foreman Morrow to attend the SWWA Workshop and Golf Tournament in Nipawin at a cost of $526 plus applicable taxes.
#288/19 Swimming Pool Seasonal Operations:
Jordan – that we hire Tim Swinburnson to perform the seasonal operations for the Swimming Pool, on a trial basis, at the rate of pay as per the document attached hereto.
#289/19 Rotary Mower:
Karakochuk – that we purchase a rotary mower from Pattison Agriculture at a cost of $10,000 as per budget.
#290/19 Town Superintendent Report:
Kucey – that we receive Town Superintendent Reid’s Report as presented.
#291/19 “Movie on Main” Licensing:
Jordan – that we authorize the $350 licensing fee to have a “Movie on Main Street” event this summer.
#292/19 Special Events Permit:
Jordan – that we approve the Special Events Permit for the Wynyard Carnival Committee beer gardens as follows:
Friday, May 31, 2019 2:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. Wynyard Civic Centre
Saturday, June 1, 2019 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. Wynyard Civic Centre
#293/19 Lifesaving Society Facility Audit:
Prystai – that we approve the Lifesaving Society Facility Audit at a cost of $2,000 if available funds are found within the current budget.
#294/19 New Arena Project – Revision:
Prystai – that we approve the upcoming Change Order for dasher board door revision at a cost of $4,275 plus applicable taxes.
#295/19 New Arena Project – Change Order #24:
Prystai – that we approve CO#2, providing a folding door in the kitchen area at a cost of $3,309.
#296/19 New Arena Project – Change Order #27:
Prystai – that we approve CO#27 for the provision of lighting control covers at a cost of $101.
#297/19 New Arena Project – Change Order #30:
Prystai – that we approve CO#30 to install goal post anchors in the rink slab at a cost of $1,818.
#298/19 New Arena Project – Portable Safety Barriers:
Prystai – that we purchase a four section barrier panel, to be used as safety barriers by the Zamboni room, at a cost of $400 from Acklands.
#299/19 2019 Canteen Pricing:
Jordan – that we approve the beverage and food prices as per the list attached hereto.
#300/19 Town of Wynyard Provincial Supper:
Jordan – that we approve June 10, 2019 as the date to hold the Town of Wynyard Provincial Recognition Supper.
#301/19 Master’s Week 2019:
Jordan – that we declare June 4-7, 2019 as Masters’s Week.
#302/19 Sofina Foods Canteen Sponsorship:
Jordan – that we accept the Sofina Foods sponsorship proposal to sponsor the Arena Canteen at a cost of $1,000 per year for ten years.
#303/19 Electric Log Splitter:
Swinburnson – that we purchase a five ton electric log splitter for the Regional Park from Princess Auto at a cost of $459.98 plus applicable taxes.
#304/19 Parks & Recreation Month Proclamation:
Jordan – that we proclaim June as Parks & Recreation Month,
#305/19 Town Blister Signs:
Karakochuk – that we remove the Town of Wynyard blister signs on the east and west side of town.
#306/19 Old Arena Salvage:
Boylak – that we place a tender in The Wynyard Advance/Gazette for salvaging and/or removing the old arena structure for September 15, 2019 with tender to be received by August 1, 2019.
#307/19 Anderson’s Report:
Jordan – that we receive Director of Leisure Services Anderson’s Report as
#308/19 Tax Title Property:
Kostyk – that we place an ad in The Wynyard Advance/Gazette for sale by tender of tax title properties.
#309/19 Bylaw Enforcement Officer’s Report:
Kostyk– that we receive the Bylaw Enforcement Officer’s Report as presented.
#310/19 2019 Pleasantview Cemetery Levy:
Prystai – that we approve payment of the Pleasantview Cemetery Levy in the amount of $10,000.
#311/19 Wynyard Water Works:
Karakochuk – that we reply to the owner of Lot3, Block 36, Plan 84H07751and inform them that the sewer line is their responsibility and payment for hiring a private plumbing contractor is denied.
#312/19 2019 Confirmed Education Property Tax Mill Rates:
Kostyk – that we receive the 2019 confirmed education property tax mill rates as provided by the Ministry of Government Relations.
#313/19 R.C.M.P. Lease Renewal:
Kostyk – that we renew the R.C.M.P. lease for five years and authorize the Mayor to sign the lease documents.
#314/19 Ukrainian Hall Rental:
Prystai – that we waive the Ukrainian Hall rental fee for the Wynyardigans Child Care Centre Growing Smiles Fundraiser May 15, 2019.
Prystai – that we receive and file the correspondence as per the list attached hereto.
#316/19 Mayor’s Report:
Kostyk– that we receive Mayor Boylak’s Report as presented.
#317/19 Prystai’s Report:
Karakochuk – that we receive Councillor Prystai’s Report as presented.
#318/19 Kostyk’s Report:
Jordan – that we receive Councillor Kostyk’s Report as presented.
#319/19 Swinburnson’s Report:
Jordan– that we receive Councillor Swinburnson’s Report as presented.
#320/19 Karakochuk’s Report:
Kucey – that we receive Councillor Karakochuk’s Report as presented.
#321/19 Kucey’s Report:
Prystai– that we receive Councillor Kucey’s Report as presented.
Kucey – that we adjourn the meeting. (10:12 p.m)
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